Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek

A Poem by dread or dismay.

A dedication, a moment afar.


Hide and Seek



Have I said anything to hurt you?

But you stab me in the back and run?

Throw thoose powerful words, and hide?


Leave me alone to cry?

Drowning in this powerful hurt?

You were so p.e.r.f.e.c.t.

I thought be were Best Friends?


How can you be such a hypocrite!?

I should be mad at you,

But instead, I say somthing,

And you slap me,

Turn you're back,

You Fled.


Do you not damn realize I'm a person?

That I care for you?



I love you so dearly!

You are my friend.

You darn Back Stabber!


Such a weary, cast vote,

You're gone,

But Clearly,

I Say,

I'm Sorry.

© 2008 dread or dismay.

Author's Note

dread or dismay.

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I liked it. It was a bit too straight forward and tthe font was a little small but other then that it is a good write.
I am just not a big fan of poems that don't leave you wondering.

Posted 11 Years Ago

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Added on March 2, 2008
Last Updated on August 25, 2008


dread or dismay.
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